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Pirelli expects Soft tyre gambles in Silverstone Sprint

Pirelli chief Mario Isola believes some teams may try and use the Soft compound for Formula 1’s inaugural Sprint on Saturday. Sprint will last 17 laps and unlike the grand prix will feature no mandatory pit stop, with teams having a free choice of starting compound. Silverstone places a high stress on tyres, with the […]
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